Bird Art – Fire Mist Sans Flight

 

Cranes in the Fire Mist sans Flight photo by Scott Bourne

This image is titled “Fire Mist Sans Flight” and is based on my most famous photo called “Cranes in the Fire Mist.” It features a flock of sandhill cranes, Ross’ geese and snow geese at the Bosque del Apache, National Wildlife Refuge in central New Mexico.


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Scott Bourne is an Olympus Visionary, a professional bird/wildlife photographer, author and lecturer who specializes in birds. He is a pioneer in digital photography and was named one of the “30 most influential photographers on the Web” by Huffington Post. His photographic experience spans four decades and his bird/wildlife images have been published in more than 200 magazines and periodicals. He is also a Signed Master at Studio of Masters in China.

Scott has been a founder, co-founder, advisor or early stage investor in several technology companies such as NetRadio, Photofocus, and ViewBug.

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